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  • This topic contains 2 replies, has 2 voices, and was last updated by  DeAnn R 1 month ago.

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       DeAnn R 

      Some of you use a wheelchair tray, however I’ve found they inhibit my movement too much. I would still like to come up with a solution to get my iPad from point A to point B without dropping it. My goal is to be able to bring it outside to my patio table and get it back in myself. Suggestions?

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       Bob Heitzman 

      I use a cover that folds and placed a loop made of string in the hinge, and then I use the string to drag the tablet from one surface (surface to lap, orient the tablet to pickup, etc.) to another. Not perfect.

      • #19879
         DeAnn R 

        Ah ha, I get your concept. Might not work to get it outside, I have to go down a slight ramp, but it would certainly work to go from one table to another.

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